Did you know that you can animate any object you create in Project ROME – and that it's easy to do too? Just follow these quick steps (and be sure to have your timeline showing – View > Show Timeline):
1.Select the object you want to animate
2.Click on the stop watch in the upper left of the timeline
3.Drag the top arrow within the timeline to indicate how long you want the animation to talk place (e.g., 10 seconds)
You can drag the selected object to create an animation path, change the object's color or even transparency. Check out this latest video on more about creating animation: http://bit.ly/9m4ug4. Let us know how this works for you and if you have any suggestions or questions along the way!
Thanks again for your feedback!
Create some animations and share them on the education exchange. http://edexchange.adobe.com Create a lesson plan for Project ROME. See the My_bug project template. Try it with your students.
Did you all get a chance to experiment with the tips & tricks we posted yesterday? If you did, what did you think? Did you discover anything interesting or find something you didn't like? What tips & trick can you share? Please keep providing us with your feedback. It's great to hear everyone's concerns, praises and suggestions, and it's immensely valuable!
And for those of you who haven't experimented yet….get rolling and try it out now!
Got the following tips as tweets from ProjectROME .
i) We can temporarily activate the hand tool with the space bar.
ii) For indenting lists use "TAB" and for to un-ident use SHIFT along with TAB key.
-- David R